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  1. What a weird comics!I really like the artwork but the plot leaves a lot to be desired. The idea of Manfred von Richthofen having supernatural power was a bit far-fetched and it wasn't well developed. I mean, it was over-present in the first volume, almost absent in the third and here it was (view spoiler)[the cause of Manfred's death (hide spoiler)]. Well, that and his arrogance. Really, I felt no pity for him and he sort of deserved the ending he got. One less psychopath in the world.Weird endi [...]

  2. Veys and Puerta continue their alternative telling of Manfred Von Richthofen’s life, and his singular abilities, in this third volume where we at last get to see the Baron settling into his very conspicuous bright red plane. Now recruited to a new fighter squadron with an emphasis on pushing back against the enemy Richthofen is in his element, but he’s also squarely amongst other pilots from his past who despise him, so now the threat is double-sided. Fortunately, Richthofen’s edge allows [...]

  3. 3.5/5 I would say.In the end, the 'fantastical' part is a bit too much. In this third album there is too much to tell. It is a bit of a shame that the contents were not better arranged or distributed between the three albums.Even so, the drawings are excellent and it is worth the read.

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